Take a breath and make your GCSE preparation a fun activity with our collection of GCSE apps. Here comes the most comprehensive Algebra app.

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730 questions and 73 revision notes in all just for Algebra!. High quality content written by an experienced mathematician.

• REVISE BY TOPIC

Expressions, equations, inequalities, advanced expression equations, patterns and sequences, graphs.

• MOCK TEST

Mixed questions from all topics.

• REVIW with EXPLANATION

Review each question at the end of the test. Know the right answer with detailed explanation for each question.

• PROGRESS METER

With our unique progress tracking feature including pie charts and bar graphs showing your progress, you know you are ready to take on the real test at the board when your progress meter says 100%.

More details on topics:

1. Expressions, equations etc:

The language of algebra

Simplifying expressions (1)

Simplifying expressions (2)

Solving equations with brackets

Multiplying expressions

Equations with the variable on both sides (1)

Formulae, expressions and equations

Expansion, simplification and factorisation (1)

Rearranging formulas (1)

Solving linear equations

Equations with the variable on both sides (2)

Setting up equations

Substitution

Trial and Improvement

Identities

Expansion, simplification and factorisation (2)

Rearranging formulas (2)

Quadratic expansion

Squaring brackets

Difference of two squares

Solving quadratic equations by factorisation (1)

Factorising a quadratic with a unit coefficient of x²

Solving quadratics of the form ax² + bx + c = 0

Solving quadratic equations by factorisation (2)

Solving the general quadratic by the quadratic formula

Using the quadratic formula without a calculator

Solving problems with quadratic equations

Solving a quadratic equation by completing the square

Quadratic equations with no solution

2. Inequalities (F & H)

Inequalities

Solving inequalities

Inequalities on number lines

Graphical inequalities

More than one inequality

3. Patterns and sequences (F)

Patterns in number

Number sequences

The nth term of a sequence

Finding the nth term

Special sequences

Finding the nth term from given patterns

4. Advanced expressions equations (H)

Uses of graphs-solving linear simultaneous equations

Simultaneous equations

Setting up simultaneous equations

Algebraic fractions

Solving equations with algebraic fractions

Linear and non-linear simultaneous equations

5. Graphs (F)

Negative coordinates

Conversion graphs

Drawing graphs from tables

Travel graphs

Linear graphs

Line lengths and mid-points

Gradients

Real-life graphs

Cover-up method for drawing graphs

Drawing quadratic graphs

Reading Values from quadratic graphs

Using graphs to solve quadratic equations

6. Graphs (H)

3D coordinates

Parallel and perpendicular lines

Gradient-Intercept method

Drawing a line with a given gradient

Finding the equation of a line from its graph

Uses of graphs- finding formulae or rules

Significant points of a quadratic graph

Cubic graphs

Exponential graphs

Reciprocal graphs

Graphs of loci and trig functions

Solving equations by the method of intersection

Sine and cosine graphs

Transformations of the graph y = f(x)

Recent changes:

Code Optimization.
Take a breath and make your GCSE preparation a fun activity with our collection of GCSE apps. Here comes the most comprehensive Algebra app.

• HIGHEST QUALITY and QUANTITY

730 questions and 73 revision notes in all just for Algebra!. High quality content written by an experienced mathematician.

• REVISE BY TOPIC

Expressions, equations, inequalities, advanced expression equations, patterns and sequences, graphs.

• MOCK TEST

Mixed questions from all topics.

• REVIW with EXPLANATION

Review each question at the end of the test. Know the right answer with detailed explanation for each question.

• PROGRESS METER

With our unique progress tracking feature including pie charts and bar graphs showing your progress, you know you are ready to take on the real test at the board when your progress meter says 100%.

More details on topics:

1. Expressions, equations etc:

The language of algebra

Simplifying expressions (1)

Simplifying expressions (2)

Solving equations with brackets

Multiplying expressions

Equations with the variable on both sides (1)

Formulae, expressions and equations

Expansion, simplification and factorisation (1)

Rearranging formulas (1)

Solving linear equations

Equations with the variable on both sides (2)

Setting up equations

Substitution

Trial and Improvement

Identities

Expansion, simplification and factorisation (2)

Rearranging formulas (2)

Quadratic expansion

Squaring brackets

Difference of two squares

Solving quadratic equations by factorisation (1)

Factorising a quadratic with a unit coefficient of x²

Solving quadratics of the form ax² + bx + c = 0

Solving quadratic equations by factorisation (2)

Solving the general quadratic by the quadratic formula

Using the quadratic formula without a calculator

Solving problems with quadratic equations

Solving a quadratic equation by completing the square

Quadratic equations with no solution

2. Inequalities (F & H)

Inequalities

Solving inequalities

Inequalities on number lines

Graphical inequalities

More than one inequality

3. Patterns and sequences (F)

Patterns in number

Number sequences

The nth term of a sequence

Finding the nth term

Special sequences

Finding the nth term from given patterns

4. Advanced expressions equations (H)

Uses of graphs-solving linear simultaneous equations

Simultaneous equations

Setting up simultaneous equations

Algebraic fractions

Solving equations with algebraic fractions

Linear and non-linear simultaneous equations

5. Graphs (F)

Negative coordinates

Conversion graphs

Drawing graphs from tables

Travel graphs

Linear graphs

Line lengths and mid-points

Gradients

Real-life graphs

Cover-up method for drawing graphs

Drawing quadratic graphs

Reading Values from quadratic graphs

Using graphs to solve quadratic equations

6. Graphs (H)

3D coordinates

Parallel and perpendicular lines

Gradient-Intercept method

Drawing a line with a given gradient

Finding the equation of a line from its graph

Uses of graphs- finding formulae or rules

Significant points of a quadratic graph

Cubic graphs

Exponential graphs

Reciprocal graphs

Graphs of loci and trig functions

Solving equations by the method of intersection

Sine and cosine graphs

Transformations of the graph y = f(x)

Recent changes:

Code Optimization.

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